Amanda's 100+ books for 2015

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Amanda's 100+ books for 2015

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1Amanda_Maxwell
Redigeret: feb 22, 2015, 10:03pm

I've worked towards this goal for the past several years. Last year was the first time I actually accomplished the goal. I don't have many people to share my success or struggles on this topics with, because most of the people I spend any amount of time with don't read for fun.
I READ PURELY FOR ENTERTAINMENT. Mainly historical and paranormal romance novels.
I'm starting this a little late but here's what I've read so far this year.

#1 Darkness by Laurann Dohner
#2 Smiley by Laurann Dohner
Part of her New Species Series

#3 Something About Harry by Dakota Cassidy

#4 Pleasure Unbound by Larissa Ione

#5 Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake by Sarah MacLean
One of my favorite authors and a must for anyone who likes historical romance.

#6 Duke of Darkness by Anabelle Bryant

#7 Bound by Flames by Jeaniene Frost
This is the third book in the Night Prince series about Vlad and Lelia. It's a spin-off series set in the Dark Huntress world.

#8 A Hunger Like No Other by Kersely Cole
#9 Dark Desires After Dusk by Kersely Cole
#10 Lothaire by Kresley Cole
All three are rereads from the Immortals After Dark series. I listen to the audio version of these books because the performer is AMAZING.

#11 Drowning Mermaids by Nadia Scrieva
BA fighting mermaids at war with each other.

#12 The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy by Julia Quinn
I read anything by Julia Quinn and her books are another must read if you like historical romance.

#13 Desperate Duchesses by Eloisa James

#14 The Duchess War by Courtney Milan
#15 The Heiress Effect by Courtney Milan
#16 The Countess Conspiracy by Courtney Milan
#17 The Suffragette Scandal by Courtney Milan
I absolutely fell in love with these stories and characters. I cried a little and laughed quite a bit throughout this series. I had never read anything by this author, but definitely look forward to reading more.

2judylou
feb 26, 2015, 5:52pm

Welcome! I can relate to not having "real" friends to talk books with. Unfortunately, my friends (who are perfect in every other way:O) consider reading for fun to be a curious pastime.

3swimmergirl1
mar 7, 2015, 10:26pm

Welcome, it's just been the last few months I started a small book group of women. Before that this was my only outlet to talk about books.

4wookiebender
mar 20, 2015, 5:30am

Welcome to the group! I'll have to keep an eye open for Sarah MacLean and Julia Quinn, the names are familiar...